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The best tips of what to do and where to stay in cities all over the world.

Day Trip to Bruges

Day Trip to Bruges

The medieval fairytale town of Bruges in Belgium is considered by many, one of Europe’s prettiest towns. Beyond the picturesque facade, Bruges also invokes thoughts of beer, waffles, chocolate and the black comedy In Bruges. The sole reason many people even know of Bruges. Pretty cobbled lanes sprawl from central market squares where horse-drawn carriages trot purposefully through town. Swans…
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One Day In Lisbon

One Day In Lisbon

If you find yourself in Lisbon, Portugal short on time with a “must do” list a mile long. Never fear.  In Lisbon, if you are a little savvy, it is easier than you think to pack a lot of the cities best sites into one day.  One Day in Lisbon Grab a Lisboa Card The Lisboa Card is a great…
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The Best Things to do in Ghent Belgium

The Best Things to do in Ghent Belgium

Discover some of the best things to do in Ghent and find out why those in the know rate Ghent above Belgium’s other popular tourist destinations.   Ghent is a city where historic and modern blend seamlessly. An architectural treasure tastefully woven with modern and innovative museums, galleries and public spaces. Ghent is forward thinking with town planning, environmental and…
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A Different Nightlife in Ghent Belgium

A Different Nightlife in Ghent Belgium

 While tourists flock to Brussels and Bruges, those in the know are sneaking off to Ghent. Why? Because Ghent is shaping up as one of the best cities in Belgium. Although relatively small, Ghent is a contemporary and vibrant city. It boasts enough impressive canal-side architecture to rival Bruges and an arts scene to put Antwerp in its place. Did we…
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The Other Side of San Antonio

The Other Side of San Antonio

If Texas’ lesser-known second largest city only invokes thoughts of The Alamo, think again. San Antonio has reinvented itself, and in recent years, it’s emerged as a vibrant and cosmopolitan city begging to be rediscovered. The city’s historic restorations have resulted in UNESCO recognition. A contemporary restaurant scene inspires locals and visitors to look well beyond tacos and refried beans. A…
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Doha: Much More Than A Transit Hub

Doha: Much More Than A Transit Hub

Nestled between Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Gulf is a city in the making. Doha, Qatar, is shaping up as one of the most dynamic cities in the gulf. Massive government investment and a spectacular skyline aren’t the only things putting this formerly unknown destination on tourists’ radar. Qatar Airways has already established Doha as a major transit hub in…
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Indulge Your Senses in Osaka

Indulge Your Senses in Osaka

Osaka is Japan’s third largest city, and it’s also one of the nation’s friendliest cities. Known as the nation’s kitchen, Osaka’s reputation for exceptional food draws millions of tourists every year. But it isn’t just Osaka’s friendly culture or “eat till you drop” mantra that makes Osaka worth exploring. You don’t just visit Osaka; you experience it. Nightlife Osaka’s nighttime…
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One Day In Old San Juan Puerto Rico.

One Day In Old San Juan Puerto Rico.

As you wander the characteristic blue cobblestone streets and around the small plazas that dot the fortified city, you can’t help but constantly look up at the kaleidoscope of colours of the beautifully preserved colonial buildings. The little city manages to create an atmosphere which can be both sleepy and vibrant.  This is the atmosphere of Puerto Rico. Laid back and very colourful.…
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See Paris Differently With Paris Pass

See Paris Differently With Paris Pass

  La Ville Lumière, The City Of Lights. Paris, the most visited city in the world and there is no argument as to why. Whether it’s the romance of the city you crave, immersing yourself in the cities long and fascinating history or the gastronomy which has been declared “world intangible heritage” by UNESCO, there is no doubt, Paris is the most…
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